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, namely, their hometown. >> goal 49ers, go colin kaepernick, that is where everything i see, go 49ers. >> reporter: now, not everybody see's it that way, at least not yet. a sign here outside the 49ers new stadium says the billion- dollar project is the future home of the san francisco 49ers. but former city councilman kevin moore, who helped land the stadium by writing to the 49ers' >> people are seeing the funding that is supporting the infrastructure >> reporter: john york ten years ago, would beg to differ. at signore's pizza parlor in downtown santa clara, it's walls filled with autographed pictures of past and present players who often >> i have been a 49ers fan and i love it. >> is right down the street. >> reporter: dine here, fans root for what they like to call the home team. many fans here consider the publicity surrounding the 49ers and their new home a down payment on the city's investment. leroy afandor is dreaming of the day when he'll ride his bike to 49ers games and just maybe, to the super bowl, right here in his hometown. in santa clara rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> p
. >> goal 49ers all the time every time i go somewhere it is co 49ers, go colin kaepernick. >> reporter: now, not everybody see's it that way, at least not yet. a sign here outside the 49ers new stadium says the billion- dollar project is the future home of the san francisco 49ers. but former city councilman kevin moore, who helped land the stadium by writing to the 49ers' john york ten years ago, would beg to differ. >> we can see what is happening with joe montana is trying to build a hotel run across the street. people are seeing those things and i think that is why people are more excited. going to the super bowl certainly does not hurt. >> reporter: at signore's pizza parlor in downtown santa clara, it's walls filled with autographed pictures of past and present players who often dine here, fans root for what they like to call the home team. >> apply have been a 49ers fan for years and a season- ticket holder for nearly 20 years. >> is it is right down the road. >> reporter: many fans here consider the publicity surrounding the 49ers and their new home a down payment on the city's inves
't in it. colin kaepernick and joe he flacco and people are saying who the heck of the q.b.'s. >> colin kaepernick, out of university of nevada reno, took over mid season and joe flacco, university of delaware, both have great stories and have been fantastic over the playoffs. joe flacco, his fifth year in the nfl and hasn't thrown an interception all playoff long, three touchdowns away for tying joe montana for most in a post season. >> harris: and kaepernick is always kissing his arm. >> and he kisses his biceps, and i don't have one, but that's what he does. if he scores a touchdown expect that next season. >> harris: that was for our senior producer whos has that. and ray lewis, potentially a swan song, unless he comes back with baltimore, and that's where we'll leave it. >> he says he would retire and nobody thought they'd go to the super bowl and here they are, ray in the big easy, in the super bowl and love to go out hoisting that lombardi trophy. >> harris: we'll see you soon. >> miss you harris. >> harris: oh, thanks. in the house. thank you. >> thank you. >> harris: who says o
. a fanatics.com website reports colin kaepernick's jersey has been the best-selling thankful envelope jersey nationwide, not just here in northern california but nationwide in the past two weeks. those super bowl ads already appearing on your computer, or anything else you're on. why companies aren't waiting until sunday to show their high-priced commercials n. about ten minutes our business and tech reporter scott budman breaks down the logic behind revealing those ads early online. we are your best source for 49ers coverage. we have more journalists on the ground in new orleans than any other local station. you can catch our coverage on air in every one of our newscasts throughout the day and, of course, on our website, nbcbayarea.com. >>> from the current niners to a new legal problem for a former 49er, harris, facing nine years in pridz on for allegedly beating up his ex-boyfriend. th 30-year-old harris pled not guilty to felony domestic violence and assault charges. harris got into a fight with his ex-boyfriend in august. harris' attorney confirming this with us this afternoon, that his
. colin kaepernick fans are getting pumped up. how people in the city of turlock plan to cheer on their hero tomorrow. >> cooler temperatures. that's what's in store for your saturday. i'll have more, coming up. >> and we want to see your 49er photos. send them to us, or you can upload them to our facebook page. want to show you a quick look at one of the photos a viewer sent us a little while ago, little mckayla, little 49er fan getting fired up on this eve of super bowl sunday. time now, 9:22. you're watching mornings on 2. . >>> big cheers one day before the super bowl. that's what fans are hoping to send to san francisco quarterback colin kaepernick in his hometown of turlock. [ cheers & applause ] >> yesterday, students at kaepernick's old high school held a special lunchtime rally. today, fans will be back out at the school for a tailgate party. people in turlock say kaepernick's success has been an inspiration for children in the community. >> i saw a lot of kids that bought, you know, 49er gear, 49er hats, 49er jerseys. i mean, they really took part in this. >> at the t
: great show. call out, washington waits for it. that is it. colin kaepernick over flacco. >> bob: hour has been on the air 20 hours so far today. >> have a great weekend. see you monday. ♪ ♪ >> bret: a major shift in obamacare. when it comes to contra acceptive coverage. one group sees a big fight ahead. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. the obama administration buckled today in the battle with some religion non-profit organizations over the requirement they offer birth control coverage in their health insurance packages. while today's shift is significant, it also leaves out a big group that is also suing the government. chief washington correspondent james rosen tells us what triggered the change. >> under the new rules proposed by health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius non-profit religious employers will be able to opt out of the obamacare mandate of female contraceptive in the healthcare plan. instead insurers will be required to provide coverage, including standard birth control and items like the morning after pill. the wh
a head injury, disclosed it. lost his starting job, that is usually not the case. but colin kaepernick represents not just an excellent quarterback and a hybrid runner slash passer, he might be a new trend in the nfl. that is if he can stay healthy. because the things he does and the things that he is able to do are kind of unprecedented. yeah, there have been a lot of quarterbacks like michael vick and the former 49er quarterback steve young who could run with the ball and throw the ball. but kaepernick has the pistol offense which is on every play, if you want it to be, a run option, a pass option, a face the run and throw the pass option. and right now he is a big question mark and a headache for the ravens defense. and this, only his 10th start ever. >> brown: now mike, there is this spectacle and there is the game and then there is all this sort of backdrop talk about violence, of course a lot of focus on concussion. i saw that today commissioner goodell was sort of defending the sport. and this comes after president obama himself recently, he was asked, he said if he had a son he
disclosed it. lost his starting job, that is usually not the case. but colin kaepernick represents not just an excellent quarterback and a hybrid runner slash passer, he might be a new trend in the nfl. that is if he can stay healthy. because the things he does and the things that he is able to do are kind of unprecedented. yeah, there have been a lot of quarterbacks like michael vick and the former 49er quarterback steve young who could run with the ball and throw the ball. but kaepernick has the pistol offense which is on every play, if you want it to be a run option a pass option a face the run and throw the pass option. and right now he is a big question mark and a headache for the ravens defense. and this, only his 10th start ever. >> brown: now mike, there is this spectacle and there is the game and then there is all this sort of backdrop talk about violence, of course a lot of focus on concussion. i saw that today commissioner goodell was sort of defending the sport. and this comes after president obama himself recently, he was asked he said if he had a son he probably wouldn't want
cute is she? that's 6-year-old sara redden sporting colin kaepernick's tattoo in a video called "god rush --" gold rush ." >>> the nfl is playing hard with counterfeiters. the league is teaming one uncle sam to crack down on faked -- fake merchandise. coming up in 15 minutes, the results of operation red zone. new this morning, the 49ers star responding to a team's remarks about gays in the locker room. >>> and the nfl is remembering the young victims of the connecticut school shooting last month. 26 students and staff were killed in the massacre in december. now 26 survivors will held to the super bowl to sing "america the beautiful." they will perform before aleer shaw keys sings "the national anthem." >>> the senate armed forces committee, still questioning chuck hagel during his confirmation hearing. hagel is nominated to replace leon panetta as secretary of defense. ktvu's kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom. hagel has been taking some heat. kyla? >> reporter: several senators have called on hagel to answer to red flags from his past. we're taking a live loo
morning. >> we want you to size up the game. two quarterbacks are going up against each other. >> colin kaepernick. both teams -- i guess it's been a while. certainly they both deserve to be there. they travelled a tough road to get there. they traveled to arrive here. they're both playing as well as you can play right now so they certainly both deserve to be here. >> do you have any advice? you know what it's like you now how they're feeling as you're sitting here. >> enjoy the moment. obviously there's a lot of potential distractions. you come to the super bowl host city for the week. i guess you try to embrace it. you embrace the media day and embrace everything there is about the game and understand how exciting a time it is. in the end you want to narrow down your focus and play the best game you can. >> i wonder about the state of your sport the state of the nfl. probably know one has been more critical of roger goodell than you. you said recently nobody trusts him, trusts him, of goodell. what's your main concern? >> well obviously that was in regard to the
and on top of that, joe flacco, from baltimore, is a first born, and colin kaepernick is the baby. >> so i wonder how that will come into play as the quarterbacks face off on the gridiron? >> well, i think one is more likely it to shoot from the hip and take a risk, that would be kaepernick, but it's going to -- i think this could be one of the greatest super bowls we've seen. i think it's got great elements in it. >> i love that you say that, john, it's true to form because john, when you interview john, it's cool and he doesn't like an interview question he smiles a little bit and jim on the other hand will make the reporters not feel so good about themselves if they ask a question he thinks is not the smartest. >> well, babies will shoot from the hip and you know, in the business world, your top salespeople are youngest children in the family. they can sell dead rats for a living. so they use their personality. you look at presidents of the united states, of the 44 presidents we've had, 28 of them have been functional first borns or only children as i call them. >> ainsley: oh, really?
in new orleans last night. quarterback colin kaepernick looking relaxed. the baltimore ravens will arrive in new orleans today. our own pwaoeupb -- brian kilmeade will be there later this week. he'll be live from new orleans starting this friday. >>brian: the big challenge about the super bowl now, the longer you do it is figure out the roman numerals. they used to be easy. >>steve: give me a single x and i got it. >>brian: this will be 47. >>gretchen: is that your age? >>brian: no. i'm a little bit older. >>steve: last night barack obama sat down with hillary rodham clinton whose official last day as secretary of state is this friday. why exactly did they sit down? the interview was awkward. they were giddy saying goodbye. and right at the top steve kroft said they only gave us 30 minutes which means there's not going to be real news, which there wasn't. >>brian: i think for some reason they didn't dig into anything at all. i would like to know did she pass out and hit her head? was she pushed? how did she hit her head and get a concussion? >>steve: several ways. she said -- quote -- "i
down kaepernick. >> i like the ravens because this is colin kaepernick's tenth start of his career. law of averages and ed reed hasn't had an impact game yet, the future hall of fame safety for the ravens, he's due. >> 49ers. >> no reason? >> she doesn't show her work. she just gives you the answer. >> and usually right. >> don't be frightened. >> i'm going with the ravens. >> the 49ers are favored and everybody's picking, the four or five of us just picked the ravens. >> i don't know why you did that. >> you did at the end of the year. >> i saw it in terms of ray lewis' last ride and deer antler spray or not, is he an icon in baltimore. and the whole city's behind him. >> but as we know, ray lewis takes a back seat on sunday to the soda company from the west bank. that'sanybody's going to be talking about on the broadcast. the book is "game over: how politics has turned the sports world upside down." >> great to be here. >>> three months after sandy, we'll visit a community has still very much in need of relief. you'll want to stick around this. keep it on "morning joe." [ tylenol bott
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